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Announces First Program of Young Men’s Initiative
 
Mayor Bloomberg, Deputy Mayor Gibbs and Department of Youth and Community Development Commissioner Mullgrav today announced the expansion of the Young Adult Literacy Program. The program, which aims to improve literacy for disconnected youth who read between the fourth and eighth grade level, will receive $3 million over the next three years through the City’s Young Men’s Initiative  

Mayor Bloomberg, Deputy Mayor Gibbs and Department of Youth and Community Development Commissioner Mullgrav today announced the expansion of the Young Adult Literacy Program. The program, which aims to improve literacy for disconnected youth who read between the fourth and eighth grade level, will receive $3 million over the next three years through the City’s Young Men’s Initiative
Mayor Bloomberg, Deputy Mayor Gibbs and Department of Youth and Community Development Commissioner Mullgrav today announced the expansion of the Young Adult Literacy Program. The program, which aims to improve literacy for disconnected youth who read between the fourth and eighth grade level, will receive $3 million over the next three years through the City’s Young Men’s Initiative
Mayor Bloomberg, Deputy Mayor Gibbs and Department of Youth and Community Development Commissioner Mullgrav today announced the expansion of the Young Adult Literacy Program. The program, which aims to improve literacy for disconnected youth who read between the fourth and eighth grade level, will receive $3 million over the next three years through the City’s Young Men’s Initiative
Mayor Bloomberg, Deputy Mayor Gibbs and Department of Youth and Community Development Commissioner Mullgrav today announced the expansion of the Young Adult Literacy Program. The program, which aims to improve literacy for disconnected youth who read between the fourth and eighth grade level, will receive $3 million over the next three years through the City’s Young Men’s Initiative
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